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Outdoor Living
Outdoor Living

Make the most of the great British summer this year by getting your garden in order now with our new collection of outdoor living pieces, so you’re all set for when the good weather arrives. Whether you’ve a postage stamp or acres to play with, something from our All-Weather Rattan range, together with a few well-chosen accessories can turn your garden, balcony or terrace into the outdoor space you’ve always dreamed of.

Midsummer Daydream

A dining table and chairs close to the house may be the most practical option for everyday al fresco dining, but for special occasions - such as celebrating the shortest day – why not set the scene in the most beautiful spot in your garden? For a magical midsummer surround yourself with nature, decorate the table with candles, an abundance of flowers and lots of colourful tableware, and let the feasting begin!

Riposa Al Fresco

Take your cue from Mediterranean cultures and create an outdoor space to relax in, either with friends over a cup of coffee, or alone with a book. ‘Riposa’ is Italian for siesta and with inviting pieces such as this indulgent double sunbed or a comfortable sofa set, laden with cushions, you’re all set to enjoy your afternoon nap al fresco. When you emerge from your slumber, a few hurricane lamps and a lightweight throw will allow you to remain outdoors long after the sun goes down.


Sand Dunes & Salty Air

This timeless beach house is an exercise in how to take your decorating cues from the surrounding environment. The palette is largely neutral, blending rattan, driftwood and whitewashed walls with colour accents from the cooler end of the spectrum. Blues ranging from rich cobalt to pale turquoise are used sparingly on accessories and echoed in the painted woodwork. The end result is a relaxed and beautiful home; the ideal environment in which to unwind.

This timeless beach house is an exercise in how to take your decorating cues from the surrounding environment. The palette is largely neutral, blending rattan, driftwood and whitewashed walls with colour accents from the cooler end of the spectrum. Blues ranging from rich cobalt to pale turquoise are used sparingly on accessories and echoed in the painted woodwork. The end result is a relaxed and beautiful home; the ideal environment in which to unwind.


La Vieille Bastide

By creating a number of distinct outside ‘rooms’, the owners of this beautiful French Bastide have both extended and enhanced their home. At the heart is the courtyard dining room for al fresco dining, which is supplemented by a comfortable seating area for postprandial coffees. Elsewhere a relaxed seating area has been created on a sunny roof terrace, specifically for daytime sunbathing.


Stolen Spaces

Even the smallest outside space can be turned into somewhere to relax and enjoy the warmth of sunny days. Don’t feel restricted by your tiny balcony or minimal roof terrace; instead embrace the challenge and create an intimate space that will make you long for summer and add an extra dimension to your home. A simple café table for two roomy enough to enjoy breakfast in the sunshine or a glass of wine at sunset is all that’s required.

Even the smallest outside space can be turned into somewhere to relax and enjoy the warmth of sunny days. Don’t feel restricted by your tiny balcony or minimal roof terrace; instead embrace the challenge and create an intimate space that will make you long for summer and add an extra dimension to your home. A simple café table for two roomy enough to enjoy breakfast in the sunshine or a glass of wine at sunset is all that’s required.